GRAPEVINE. Solutions for the Growing World

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "GRAPEVINE. Solutions for the Growing World"

Transcription

1 Solutions for the Growing World

2 INTRODUCTION Isoclast active is a new foliar-applied insecticide for control of a wide range of sap feeding pests. It belongs to a new class of chemistry the sulfoximines, which has a novel and unique mode of action. The product shows excellent systemic and translaminar activity, effective both by contact and ingestion, and provides excellent knockdown and residual efficacy. Closer 240 SC/Breaker 240 SC show excellent systemic and translaminar activity, effective both by contact and ingestion, and provide excellent knockdown and residual efficacy. Grapevines are grown in several climatic zones in Mid-East, Africa and Turkey (MEAF) and there are many sap feeding insects prevalent causing serious crop damage.

3 PEST SPECTRUM CLOSER /BREAKER CONTROL A WIDE RANGE OF ECONOMICALLY IMPORTANT SAP FEEDING PESTS IN GRAPE VINE, PESTS MAINLY ENCOMPASSING MEALYBUGS, SCALES, LEAF HOPPERS AND A VERY GOOD SIDE EFFECT ON THRIP. Mealybug is a key pest in vineyards, feeding on vine roots, trunk, cordon, canes, leaves and fruit. They secrete copious amounts of honeydew as they feed, making fruit unmarketable. High population densities can also result in defoliation of vines and ultimately weakened vines. Mealybugs are also known to be a vector of leaf roll virus. The major mealybug across the MEAF region is the grapevine mealybug (Planococcus ficus), although both the grape mealybug (Pseudococcus maritimus) and the long-tailed mealybug (Planococcus longispinus) are occasionally found attacking grapevines and causing severe damage. There are very few products effective on the long-tailed mealybug but Closer /Breaker have repeatedly shown robust and excellent control. For optimum activity on mealybugs, Closer /Breaker should be applied at the beginning of crawler movement (spray 1) just after bloom, berries matchead-size. If infestation is very heavy a second application is recommended at 21 days later (spray 2) depending on grapevine development, just before bunch closure. Conventional spraying equipment can be used for the application, applying up to L/ha. Positioning of Closer on Grape vines for mealybug control Spray 1 Spray 2 Phenological stage of grapevines at beginning of crawler movement First mealybugs moving out onto Green shoots. Stage of grapevines at time of second application of Closer /Breaker - 21 days later.

4 Table 1: Sap feeding pests in grapevines for which Closer 240 SC/Breaker 240 SC will provide control Sap feeding insects Grapevine mealybug (Planococcus ficus), grape mealybug (Pseudococcus maritimus), long-tailed mealybug (Planococcus longispinus European fruit lecanium scale (Parthenolecanium corni) American grapevine leafhopper (Scaphoideus titanicus), vine leafhopper (Empoasca vitis) Rate 100cc-200cc/ha 1 200cc/ha 200cc/ha 1 Rate can reach cc/ha in some areas Grapevine mealybug on grape berries Grapevine mealybug on the bark The rate of Closer /Breaker for mealy bug is mainly cc/ha but in some areas of the geography higher rates are needed to give the required level of control (table 1). Closer /Breaker have also been tested in multiple years in South Africa as a dormant application on vines and demonstrated very good efficacy on Planoccocus ficus when applied at 12cc/hl before bud swell; the addition of mineral oil is not essential. One dormant application followed by a foliar application at the same rate of 12cc/hl at first crawler movement, has shown encouraging results for season long control of this mealybug. Under very high infestation pressure follow-up application may be required. When European fruit lecanium scale occurs in abundance, it may stunt vine growth and damage fruit quality. Due to the production of honeydew as it feeds, sooty mold may grow on the honeydew, causing blackened areas on leaves and fruit. Closer /Breaker targeted at the appearance of the first crawler movement of this soft scale provides very good longterm control at a rate of 200cc/ha. Further, due to the products minimal impact on predatory pests, this further helps keep populations of this scale below damaging levels. Closer /Breaker have also shown excellent control on several leafhoppers attacking grape vines such as the American grapevine leafhopper (Scaphoideus titanicus), vine leafhopper (Empoasca vitis). E. vitis is a phloem-feeding leafhopper and feeding on grapevine causes veinal browning, as well as marginal rolling and burning, symptoms often referred to as scorching. Scorching on vines by E. vitis

5 Damage on these plants is related to the number of individuals of jassids and the length of infestation. Optimum efficacy of Closer /Breaker is obtained at a rate of 200cc/ha targeted at the appearance of the pest, although a repeat application may be needed if there is a re-infestation. Limited work has been carried out in Turkey and South Africa on the Western flower thrip (Frankliniella occidentalis) in grapes, and demonstrated that Closer at cc/ha provided a good side-effect on this important pest. Larval damage of alfalfa thrip on grape

Control of Vine Mealybug, Planococcus ficus, in Wine Grapes using New Reduced-risk Insecticides in a Pest Management Program

Control of Vine Mealybug, Planococcus ficus, in Wine Grapes using New Reduced-risk Insecticides in a Pest Management Program Control of Vine Mealybug, Planococcus ficus, in Wine Grapes using New Reduced-risk Insecticides in a Pest Management Program R. A. Van Steenwyk Dept. of E.S.P.M. University of California, Berkeley Significant

More information

Vineyard Insect Management what does a new vineyard owner/manager need to know?

Vineyard Insect Management what does a new vineyard owner/manager need to know? Vineyard Insect Management what does a new vineyard owner/manager need to know? Keith Mason and Rufus Isaacs Department of Entomology, Michigan State University masonk@msu.edu isaacsr@msu.edu Insect management

More information

Get serious about your approach to Botrytis management

Get serious about your approach to Botrytis management Australia Get serious about your approach to Botrytis management 21.11.2017 Botrytis is an opportunistic pathogen which can develop on damaged tissue, such as that caused by Light Brown Apple Moth or LBAM

More information

MANAGING INSECT PESTS IN BERRIES AND FRUITS. Small Farm School 8 September 2012 Bruce Nelson, CCC Horticulture Department

MANAGING INSECT PESTS IN BERRIES AND FRUITS. Small Farm School 8 September 2012 Bruce Nelson, CCC Horticulture Department MANAGING INSECT PESTS IN BERRIES AND FRUITS Small Farm School 8 September 2012 Bruce Nelson, CCC Horticulture Department RASPBERRIES TO START ORANGE TORTRIX ON RASPBERRY Raspberry Crown Borer RASPBERRY

More information

Oregon has been experiencing growing concern

Oregon has been experiencing growing concern EM 8985 July 2009 Field Monitoring for Grapevine Leafroll Virus and Mealybug in Pacific Northwest Vineyards Patricia A. Skinkis, Amy J. Dreves, Vaughn M. Walton, and Robert R. Martin Oregon has been experiencing

More information

Central Coast Vineyard News

Central Coast Vineyard News Fall 2012 Central Coast Vineyard News Grapevine Leafroll Disease Should You Be Concerned? Larry Bettiga, Viticulture Farm Advisor University of California Cooperative Extension Leafroll is one of the more

More information

Mealybug Management. Using Lorsban. Advanced Insecticide

Mealybug Management. Using Lorsban. Advanced Insecticide POST-HARVEST APPLICATION Mealybug Management Using Lorsban Advanced Insecticide Post-Harvest Why Post-Harvest Treatments 1. Vine mealybug populations are at their highest near harvest, allowing a greater

More information

Vineyard IPM Scouting Report for week of 19 July 2010 UW-Extension Door County and Peninsular Agricultural Research Station. in Sturgeon Bay, WI

Vineyard IPM Scouting Report for week of 19 July 2010 UW-Extension Door County and Peninsular Agricultural Research Station. in Sturgeon Bay, WI Vineyard IPM Scouting Report for week of 19 July 010 UW-Extension Door County and Peninsular Agricultural Research Station Sturgeon Bay, WI Grape Phylloxera FAQ What is phylloxera? There are two forms

More information

Vineyard IPM Scouting Report for week of 3 May 2010 UW-Extension Door County and Peninsular Agricultural Research Station Sturgeon Bay, WI

Vineyard IPM Scouting Report for week of 3 May 2010 UW-Extension Door County and Peninsular Agricultural Research Station Sturgeon Bay, WI Vineyard IPM Scouting Report for week of 3 May 2010 UW-Extension Door County and Peninsular Agricultural Research Station Sturgeon Bay, WI What is the potential yield of grapes after a destructive spring

More information

Apricot. Pruning. Fruit Fly

Apricot. Pruning. Fruit Fly Apricot Minimal pruning in summer after harvest. Don t take off the spurs, and leave some of that year s growth so it produces fruit the following year. Make sure secateurs are cleaned with methylated

More information

Citrus Crop Guide. New registration for citrus gall wasp

Citrus Crop Guide. New registration for citrus gall wasp New registration for citrus gall wasp Confidor Guard is the only product available registered for the suppression of citrus gall wasp larvae as they develop inside the shoots of citrus trees. In addition,

More information

ALTERNATIVE CONTROL METHODS FOR GRAPE LEAFHOPPER: PART 2 FINAL REPORT 1/22/01

ALTERNATIVE CONTROL METHODS FOR GRAPE LEAFHOPPER: PART 2 FINAL REPORT 1/22/01 Lodi, NY 14860 Tel. 607/582-6116 email: silverthreadwine@yahoo.com ALTERNATIVE CONTROL METHODS FOR GRAPE LEAFHOPPER: PART 2 FINAL REPORT 1/22/01 Important lessons were learned from the first part of this

More information

FY2012 Final report to the Virginia Wine Board

FY2012 Final report to the Virginia Wine Board FY2012 Final report to the Virginia Wine Board Documentation of Grapevine leafroll-associated viruses and other major grape viruses in wine grape varieties and native grape species in Virginia, and examination

More information

Vineyard IPM Scouting Report for week of 14 May 2012 UW-Extension Door County and Peninsular Agricultural Research Station Sturgeon Bay, WI

Vineyard IPM Scouting Report for week of 14 May 2012 UW-Extension Door County and Peninsular Agricultural Research Station Sturgeon Bay, WI NO. 5 1 Vineyard IPM Scouting Report for week of 14 May 2012 UW-Extension Door County and Peninsular Agricultural Research Station Sturgeon Bay, WI Grape Phylloxera Although phylloxera leaf galls have

More information

The Vine Mealybug Spreads to Coastal Production Areas

The Vine Mealybug Spreads to Coastal Production Areas UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA MONTEREY COUNTY... COOPERATIVE EXTENSION CENTRAL COAST VINEYARD NEWS 1432 Abbott Street, Salinas, CA 93901 Telephone (831)759-7350 FAX (831)758-3018 The Vine Mealybug Spreads to

More information

IPM Implementation benefits from the partnership between scientists and growers: a case study in a Tuscan wine-growing area

IPM Implementation benefits from the partnership between scientists and growers: a case study in a Tuscan wine-growing area IPM Implementation benefits from the partnership between scientists and growers: a case study in a Tuscan wine-growing area Andrea Lucchi Andrea Bencini DAFE UNIVERSITY OF PISA Marchesi ANTINORI In plant

More information

Viticulture Extension Vineyard Notes March 2010

Viticulture Extension Vineyard Notes March 2010 Viticulture Extension Vineyard Notes March 2010 March 8, 2010 Welcome to this month s issue of Vineyard Notes produced by the OSU Viticulture Extension Program. As we near bud-break throughout Oregon,

More information

Michigan Grape & Wine Industry Council 2008 Research Report

Michigan Grape & Wine Industry Council 2008 Research Report Michigan Grape & Wine Industry Council 2008 Research Report Determination of action thresholds for potato leafhopper in winegrapes, and comparison of foliar insecticides for its control Rufus Isaacs 1,

More information

Little Cherry Disease

Little Cherry Disease Little Cherry Disease Written by: Dr. Andrea Bixby Brosi and Dr. Elizabeth Beers, WSU Tree Fruit Research and Extension Center; and Tim Smith, WSU Extension Specialist Emeritus. Edited by: Tianna DuPont,

More information

Managing Pests & Disease in the Vineyard. Michael Cook

Managing Pests & Disease in the Vineyard. Michael Cook Managing Pests & Disease in the Vineyard Michael Cook Who is this guy? Challenges Facing Growers 1) Pierce s Disease 2) Pest & Disease Pressure fungal 3) Late Freeze 4) Rain excess and timing 5) Vigor

More information

Organic Grape Production

Organic Grape Production Organic Grape Production Organic vs. Conventional Growing costs were 69 91% higher for organic High weed control cost was a major factor (based on a 5 yr. study @ Cornell Univ.) Estimated establishment

More information

HELOPELTIS Tea Mosquito

HELOPELTIS Tea Mosquito HELOPELTIS Tea Mosquito The body (abdomen) of females is green (the color of rice seedlings). 1 Eggs hatch after 5-10 days depending on the temperature (sooner in warm temperatures). HELOPELTIS LIFE CYCLE

More information

Joseph A. Fiola, Ph.D. Specialist in Viticulture and Small Fruit Western MD Research & Education Center Keedysville Road Keedysville, MD

Joseph A. Fiola, Ph.D. Specialist in Viticulture and Small Fruit Western MD Research & Education Center Keedysville Road Keedysville, MD Joseph A. Fiola, Ph.D. Specialist in Viticulture and Small Fruit Western MD Research & Education Center 18330 Keedysville Road Keedysville, MD 21756-1104 301-432-2767 ext. 344; Fax 301-432-4089 jfiola@umd.edu

More information

Fátima Gonçalves, Cristina Carlos, Susana Sousa, Márcio Nóbrega, José C. Franco, José Manso, António Pinto, Laura Torres

Fátima Gonçalves, Cristina Carlos, Susana Sousa, Márcio Nóbrega, José C. Franco, José Manso, António Pinto, Laura Torres The use of pheromone traps to monitoring the vine mealybug, Planococcus ficus and its main parasitoid, Anagyrus sp. nr. pseudococci Fátima Gonçalves, Cristina Carlos, Susana Sousa, Márcio Nóbrega, José

More information

Integrated Crop Management for Vineyards

Integrated Crop Management for Vineyards Integrated Crop Management for Vineyards Sudeep A. Mathew Extension Educator University of Maryland Extension- Dorchester County Joseph A. Fiola, Ph.D. Specialist in Viticulture and Small Fruit University

More information

What to Spray When to Spray it and How to Get it Where you Want it

What to Spray When to Spray it and How to Get it Where you Want it What to Spray When to Spray it and How to Get it Where you Want it Wendy McFadden Smith, CCOVI (wendy.mcfadden smith@ontario.ca) Gayle Jesperson, BCMA Susan Archeampong, BCMA What kind of sprayer do you

More information

Happy Halloween! Here is a list of top pumpkin pests: Squash Bug

Happy Halloween! Here is a list of top pumpkin pests: Squash Bug Publish Date: October 31 st Title: Pumpkin Pests Halloween s Tiniest Terrors Author: Frank Rittemann Tags: Halloween, bugs, education, listicle, creepy crawly, crop protection, pumpkins Category: Education

More information

Managing potato leafhopper in wine grapes

Managing potato leafhopper in wine grapes MSU Berry Crops Entomology Lab Managing potato leafhopper in wine grapes Rufus Isaacs & Steve Van Timmeren Dept. of Entomology Michigan State University Paolo Sabbatini & Pat Murad Dept. of Horticulture,

More information

Vegetable Garden Insects

Vegetable Garden Insects Vegetable Garden Insects Getting Started on Managing Pests Identify the pest Can the pest be manually controlled (trapping, handpicking, squashing, shop vac, etc.)? Would physical barriers such as floating

More information

Vine Mealybug Biology & Control Strategies

Vine Mealybug Biology & Control Strategies Foothill Grape Day June 14, 2007 Vine Mealybug Biology & Control Strategies Monica Cooper, Kent Daane, Glenn Yokota Grape Longtailed Obscure Vine Vine Mealybug is Different from Grape Mealybug Grape mealybug

More information

Vegetable Insecticide Update. Final cancellation order for sulfoxaflor¹. Calypso 4 F (thiacloprid) Final cancellation order for sulfoxaflor

Vegetable Insecticide Update. Final cancellation order for sulfoxaflor¹. Calypso 4 F (thiacloprid) Final cancellation order for sulfoxaflor Vegetable Insecticide Update Frank A. Hale, Ph.D. Professor Entomology & Plant Pathology Find PDFs of presentations and links to new publications at the Soil Plant and Pest Center web site under publications

More information

Plane Tree Anthracnose (Gnomonia Veneta)

Plane Tree Anthracnose (Gnomonia Veneta) Plane Tree Anthracnose (Gnomonia Veneta) Symptoms Anthracnose is a fungal disease that affects Platanus species worldwide, it causes foliar and twig damage in early and mid season. The disease alters twig

More information

POWERFUL INSECT CONTROL IN CITRUS

POWERFUL INSECT CONTROL IN CITRUS POWERFUL INSECT CONTROL IN CITRUS DELEGATE INSECTICIDE #1 FOR THRIPS As thrips continue to be a serious pest in citrus, management programs should revolve around the most effective product Delegate insecticide.

More information

Vineyard IPM Scouting Report for week of 18 June 2012 UW-Extension Door County and Peninsular Agricultural Research Station Sturgeon Bay, WI

Vineyard IPM Scouting Report for week of 18 June 2012 UW-Extension Door County and Peninsular Agricultural Research Station Sturgeon Bay, WI NO. 10 1 Vineyard IPM Scouting Report for week of 18 June 2012 UW-Extension Door County and Peninsular Agricultural Research Station Sturgeon Bay, WI Grape Berry Moth and the Michigan State University

More information

Prepping for a Healthy Fruit Harvest

Prepping for a Healthy Fruit Harvest Prepping for a Healthy Fruit Harvest Marion Murray USU IPM Program Marion Murray USU IPM Program Fruit Production Questions Pruning Fertilization Thinning Irrigation Fruit Varieties Harvesting Contact:

More information

Dormant Delayed Dormant. Prepping for a Healthy Fruit Harvest. Fruit Production Questions. Contact: County Extension Office

Dormant Delayed Dormant. Prepping for a Healthy Fruit Harvest. Fruit Production Questions. Contact: County Extension Office Fruit Production Questions Prepping for a Healthy Fruit Harvest Marion Murray USU Marion IPM Murray Program USU IPM Program Pruning Fertilization Thinning Irrigation Fruit Varieties Harvesting Contact:

More information

Vine Mealybug Control Update Following the Movement of an Insecticide in the Vine

Vine Mealybug Control Update Following the Movement of an Insecticide in the Vine Vine Mealybug Control Update Following the Movement of an Insecticide in the Vine 65 th Annual Lodi Grape Day 7 February 2017 Valeria Hochman, Geoff Dervishian, Sonet Van Zyl, Kaan Kurtural, Noemi Fonescu,

More information

Updates to the Midwest Fruit Pest Management Guide. New Publication Title. Grape Bud Break to Prebloom. Grape Pre-bloom through Bloom

Updates to the Midwest Fruit Pest Management Guide. New Publication Title. Grape Bud Break to Prebloom. Grape Pre-bloom through Bloom Updates to the 2016 Midwest Fruit Pest Management Guide Elizabeth Wahle Extension Educator, Horticulture Madison-Monroe-St Clair Unit New Publication Title Midwest Fruit Pest Management Guide Combining

More information

Lygus: Various Species Monitoring Protocol

Lygus: Various Species Monitoring Protocol Lygus: Various Species Monitoring Protocol Host Plants: A wide range of hosts including alfalfa, canola, lentils, potato, strawberries, flax, vegetable crops, fruit trees and weeds such as stinkweed, wild

More information

Republic of the Philippines CAMARINES NORTE STATE COLLEGE College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Talobatib, Labo, Camarines Norte

Republic of the Philippines CAMARINES NORTE STATE COLLEGE College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Talobatib, Labo, Camarines Norte CAMAR EGE LINES NORTE STATECOL 1992 Republic of the Philippines CAMARINES NORTE STATE COLLEGE College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Talobatib, Labo, Camarines Norte Control of Pineapple Wilt Caused

More information

Mealybugs, a family of soft, oval-bodied

Mealybugs, a family of soft, oval-bodied EM 8998 Januar y 2010 Trapping and Identifying Mealybugs in Oregon Vineyards Amy J. Dreves and Vaughn M. Walton Mealybugs, a family of soft, oval-bodied pests (Homoptera: Pseudococcidae), are known vectors

More information

Spider Mite Management in Walnuts. David Haviland Entomology Farm Advisor UCCE Kern County Tri-County Walnut Day, 2008

Spider Mite Management in Walnuts. David Haviland Entomology Farm Advisor UCCE Kern County Tri-County Walnut Day, 2008 Spider Mite Management in Walnuts David Haviland Entomology Farm Advisor UCCE Kern County Tri-County Walnut Day, 2008 Mite damage Leaf stippling Browning of leaves Leaf desiccation/drop Early defoliation

More information

BASECO A MICROBIAL BIOCONTROL FOR GRAPEVINE MEALYBUGS. KETAN K. MEHTA Ecosense Labs. (I) Pvt. Ltd. ABIM, LUCERNE, OCTOBER 22 24, 2012.

BASECO A MICROBIAL BIOCONTROL FOR GRAPEVINE MEALYBUGS. KETAN K. MEHTA Ecosense Labs. (I) Pvt. Ltd. ABIM, LUCERNE, OCTOBER 22 24, 2012. BASECO A MICROBIAL BIOCONTROL FOR GRAPEVINE MEALYBUGS ABIM, LUCERNE, 2012. OCTOBER 22 24, 2012. KETAN K. MEHTA Ecosense Labs. (I) Pvt. Ltd. THE PAST 100 YEARS IN CROP CARE How Perceptions changed along

More information

Managing grapevine leafroll disease in red berry varieties in New Zealand vineyards

Managing grapevine leafroll disease in red berry varieties in New Zealand vineyards The New Zealand Institute for Plant & Food Research Limited Managing grapevine leafroll disease in red berry varieties in New Zealand vineyards Vaughn Bell¹, Jim Walker¹, Dan Cohen¹, Arnaud Blouin¹, Phil

More information

Vineyard IPM Scouting Report for week of 18 August 2014 UW-Extension Door County and Peninsular Agricultural Research Station

Vineyard IPM Scouting Report for week of 18 August 2014 UW-Extension Door County and Peninsular Agricultural Research Station NO. 9 1 Vineyard IPM Scouting Report for week of 18 August 2014 UW-Extension Door County and Peninsular Agricultural Research Station Mid to Late Season Downy Mildew Management Ideal temperatures coupled

More information

Crop Specific Application Rates & Timings. Crop Timing of Application Rate/ Acre. 1. Start of growth in spring

Crop Specific Application Rates & Timings. Crop Timing of Application Rate/ Acre. 1. Start of growth in spring FRUITS Crop Specific Application Rates & Timings Crop Timing of Application Rate/ Acre Avocados 1. Start of regrowth in spring 2. 2 weeks pre bloom 3. 2 weeks after petal fall 4. Before summer fruit drop

More information

Wine: natural, organic, biodynamic, authentic. Jamie Goode PhD

Wine: natural, organic, biodynamic, authentic. Jamie Goode PhD Wine: natural, organic, biodynamic, authentic Jamie Goode PhD www.wineanorak.com @jamiegoode Published in 2011 by University of California Press Growing grapes Biodynamics Organics Sustainable Conventional

More information

Workshop Summary of Control Measures against Lobesia botrana

Workshop Summary of Control Measures against Lobesia botrana Workshop Summary of Control Measures against Lobesia botrana Introduction In Europe, two lepidopteran grape vine pests occur: Lobesia botrana (Polychrosis = older genus name) and Eupoecilia ambiguella

More information

Mealybug Species. Vine Mealybug. Grape and Obscure Mealybugs. Longtailed Mealybug. Pink Hibiscus Mealybug. Gills Mealybug

Mealybug Species. Vine Mealybug. Grape and Obscure Mealybugs. Longtailed Mealybug. Pink Hibiscus Mealybug. Gills Mealybug Vine Mealybug: Managing a Key Grape Pest Walt Bentley, Kent Danne, David Haviland, Steve Vasquez, Andrew Molinar University of California, Cooperative Extension Mealybug Species Vine Mealybug Grape and

More information

Integrated Pest Management for Nova Scotia Grapes- Baseline Survey

Integrated Pest Management for Nova Scotia Grapes- Baseline Survey Integrated Pest Management for va Scotia Grapes- Baseline Survey This is a collaborative research project between the Hillier lab at Acadia University and GGANS/WANS to investigate potential insect threats

More information

Development of smoke taint risk management tools for vignerons and land managers

Development of smoke taint risk management tools for vignerons and land managers Development of smoke taint risk management tools for vignerons and land managers Glynn Ward, Kristen Brodison, Michael Airey, Art Diggle, Michael Saam-Renton, Andrew Taylor, Diana Fisher, Drew Haswell

More information

Cold Climate Grape IPM

Cold Climate Grape IPM Cold Climate Grape IPM Diseases & Insects Lorraine P. Berkett University of Vermont August 6, 2008 Major Diseases The BIG 4 Phomopsis cane and leaf spot Black Rot Powdery Mildew Downy Mildew NYS IPM Fact

More information

Vineyard IPM Scouting Report for week of 16 August 2010 UW-Extension Door County and Peninsular Agricultural Research Station Sturgeon Bay, WI

Vineyard IPM Scouting Report for week of 16 August 2010 UW-Extension Door County and Peninsular Agricultural Research Station Sturgeon Bay, WI Vineyard IPM Scouting Report for week of 16 August 2010 UW-Extension Door County and Peninsular Agricultural Research Station Sturgeon Bay, WI 1 Grape Growth and Interval Between Scouting A couple of weeks

More information

25.1 Bacterial canker; wilted plants; see also 18.1a-c Bacterial stem rot; petiole and leaf symptoms.

25.1 Bacterial canker; wilted plants; see also 18.1a-c Bacterial stem rot; petiole and leaf symptoms. 25.1 Bacterial canker; wilted plants; see also 18.1a-c. 25.3 Bacterial stem rot; petiole and leaf symptoms. 25.4a Pith necrosis; plant, showing chlorosis and wilt. 25.4b Pith necrosis; brown lesion on

More information

Holly Insects. (2a*ttnoC 9$ K. G. Swenson W. C. Adlerz. Agricultural Experiment Station Oregon State College Corvallis

Holly Insects. (2a*ttnoC 9$ K. G. Swenson W. C. Adlerz. Agricultural Experiment Station Oregon State College Corvallis (2a*ttnoC 9$ Holly Insects K. G. Swenson W. C. Adlerz Agricultural Experiment Station Oregon State College Corvallis Circular of Information 567 November 1956 &Mtfud

More information

Crops - Commercial. Soybeans

Crops - Commercial. Soybeans Banded cucumber Sevin (carbaryl) (4) 0.5 Treat for 4 beetles per sweep. beetles 5 Karate Z (2.08) 0.02-0.025 Declare (1.25) 0.01-0.0125 Bean leaf beetles 5 Sevin (carbaryl) (4) 0.5 After pod set, treat

More information

Western tarnished plant bug (Lygus hesperus),

Western tarnished plant bug (Lygus hesperus), UC IPM of Botanical, Chemical, Mechanical, and Microbial Options Surendra K. Dara, Strawberry and Vegetable Crops Advisor, UCCE San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties, and Western tarnished

More information

Wine Grape Trellis and Training Systems

Wine Grape Trellis and Training Systems Wine Grape Trellis and Training Systems Thomas Todaro Viticulture Specialist Michigan State University Extension Sutton s Bay, Michigan 2018 Wine Grape Vineyard Establishment Conference Trellis systems

More information

Lesson 2 The Vineyard. From Soil to Harvest

Lesson 2 The Vineyard. From Soil to Harvest Lesson 2 The Vineyard From Soil to Harvest Objectives After reading this chapter, you should be able to display an understanding of how grapes are grown for wine production. describe the annual growing

More information

Aftermath of the 2007 Easter Freeze: Muscadine Damage Report. Connie Fisk, Muscadine Extension Associate Department of Horticultural Science, NCSU

Aftermath of the 2007 Easter Freeze: Muscadine Damage Report. Connie Fisk, Muscadine Extension Associate Department of Horticultural Science, NCSU Aftermath of the 2007 Easter Freeze: Muscadine Damage Report Connie Fisk, Muscadine Extension Associate Department of Horticultural Science, NCSU Timeline Easter Weekend April 17 Present Temperatures were

More information

Michigan Grape & Wine Industry Council 2012 Research Report. Understanding foliar pest interactions for sustainable vine management

Michigan Grape & Wine Industry Council 2012 Research Report. Understanding foliar pest interactions for sustainable vine management Michigan Grape & Wine Industry Council 2012 Research Report Understanding foliar pest interactions for sustainable vine management Rufus Isaacs 1, Steven Van Timmeren 1, and Paolo Sabbatini 2 1. Dept.

More information

Quadrilateral vs bilateral VSP An alternative option to maintain yield?

Quadrilateral vs bilateral VSP An alternative option to maintain yield? Quadrilateral vs bilateral VSP An alternative option to maintain yield? Horst Caspari & Amy Montano Colorado State University Western Colorado Research Center Grand Junction, CO 81503 Ph: (970) 434-3264

More information

Grape Types. American Bunch. Muscadine

Grape Types. American Bunch. Muscadine Small Fruits Grapes Grape Types American Bunch Muscadine American Bunch Grape Derived from native grape species + some mixture of European species Popular home grown fruit Utilized as fresh fruit, wine,

More information

Sampling program for grape mealybugs improves pest management

Sampling program for grape mealybugs improves pest management Sampling program for grape mealybugs improves pest management Chris A. Geiger u Kent M. Daane K Walter J. Bentley Glenn Y. Yokota J Lee A. Martin The results of a mealybug study in Central Valley vineyards,

More information

Tospoviruses of Tomato and Management. Shouan Zhang Associate Professor Tropical Research and Education Center University of Florida, IFAS

Tospoviruses of Tomato and Management. Shouan Zhang Associate Professor Tropical Research and Education Center University of Florida, IFAS Tospoviruses of Tomato and Management Shouan Zhang Associate Professor Tropical Research and Education Center University of Florida, IFAS Workshop: Strategy and Practical Approaches to Managing Vegetable

More information

Grape Insect and Mite Pests-2018 Field Season

Grape Insect and Mite Pests-2018 Field Season Grape Insect and Mite Pests-2018 Field Season Greg Loeb Department of Entomology Cornell University New York State Agricultural Experiment Station Geneva, NY 14456 My goals for this review are to 1) highlight

More information

Quadrilateral vs bilateral VSP An alternative option to maintain yield?

Quadrilateral vs bilateral VSP An alternative option to maintain yield? Quadrilateral vs bilateral VSP An alternative option to maintain yield? Horst Caspari & Amy Montano Colorado State University Western Colorado Research Center Grand Junction, CO 81503 Ph: (970) 434-3264

More information

Crops - Commercial. Soybeans

Crops - Commercial. Soybeans Crops - Commercial Insect Banded cucumber beetles 5 Bean leaf beetles 5 Beet army worms 3 Blister beetles 5 Brown stink bugs Sevin (carbaryl) (4) 16 ounces 0.5 8 Four beetles per sweep. Karate Z (2.08)

More information

Melanie L. Lewis Ivey and Rachel Medina Fruit Pathology Program Department of Plant Pathology The Ohio State University-Wooster Campus Wooster, OH

Melanie L. Lewis Ivey and Rachel Medina Fruit Pathology Program Department of Plant Pathology The Ohio State University-Wooster Campus Wooster, OH Plant Pathology Series No. 148 June 21 Melanie L. Lewis Ivey and Rachel Medina Fruit Pathology Program Department of Plant Pathology The Ohio State University-Wooster Campus Wooster, OH Table of Contents

More information

Mealybugs have become increasingly important

Mealybugs have become increasingly important FARM ADVISORS Mealybugs in Vineyards: Identifying, Monitoring and Managing Lynn Wunderlich, University of California Cooperative Extension Farm Advisor in El Dorado and Amador Counties Mealybugs have become

More information

Presented by: Manuel Campos. 2 nd Ag Innovations Conference: Microbial Control

Presented by: Manuel Campos. 2 nd Ag Innovations Conference: Microbial Control Presented by: Manuel Campos 2 nd Ag Innovations Conference: Microbial Control Active Ingredient: Beauveria bassiana strain-ant-03-20.0% w/w Contains a minimum of 10 Billion CFU (Conidia)/gram Shelf Life:

More information

Flupyradifurone. Jamin Huang, Ph.D. Bayer CropScience. Global Minor Use Workshop Chicago, September 21, 2015

Flupyradifurone. Jamin Huang, Ph.D. Bayer CropScience. Global Minor Use Workshop Chicago, September 21, 2015 Flupyradifurone Jamin Huang, Ph.D. Bayer CropScience Global Minor Use Workshop Chicago, September 21, 2015 Global Perspectives and Approaches Provide solutions to customers, and support customers needs

More information

2018 HORTICULTURE CROP PROTECTION GUIDE High performance horticulture

2018 HORTICULTURE CROP PROTECTION GUIDE High performance horticulture 2018 HORTICULTURE CROP PROTECTION GUIDE High performance horticulture CONTENTS Fruit Grower Product Guide.... 1 Vegetable Grower Product Guide.... 2 Insecticides Closer.... 4 Delegate.... 8 Entrust....

More information

Biology and phenology of scale insects in a cool temperate region of Australia

Biology and phenology of scale insects in a cool temperate region of Australia Biology and phenology of scale insects in a cool temperate region of Australia Grapevine scale Parthenolecanium persicae Fab. Frosted Scale Parthenolecanium pruinosum Coc. Distribution of Scales in the

More information

Technical Product Guide

Technical Product Guide CUSTODIA TECHNICAL PRODUCT GUIDE Custodia Technical Product Guide 2 1 CUSTODIA TECHNICAL PRODUCT GUIDE Introducing Custodia Custodia is a co-formulation of a strobilurin fungicide and a DMI fungicide.

More information

Chapter 6 PEST MANAGEMENT

Chapter 6 PEST MANAGEMENT California Wine Community Sustainability Report 2004 Chapter 6 PEST MANAGEMENT Background Winegrowers deal with pest problems throughout the year, whether from pathogens, nematodes, insects, mites, weeds,

More information

Colorado State University Viticulture and Enology. Grapevine Cold Hardiness

Colorado State University Viticulture and Enology. Grapevine Cold Hardiness Colorado State University Viticulture and Enology Grapevine Cold Hardiness Grapevine cold hardiness is dependent on multiple independent variables such as variety and clone, shoot vigor, previous season

More information

Update on Small Fruit Insecticides for grapes, blueberries, and brambles. Rick Weinzierl University of Illinois

Update on Small Fruit Insecticides for grapes, blueberries, and brambles. Rick Weinzierl University of Illinois Update on Small Fruit Insecticides for grapes, blueberries, and brambles Rick Weinzierl University of Illinois weinzier@uiuc.edu New or notable registrations for grapes Renounce 20WP (3 days) Cyfluthrin

More information

1 Soybean Insect Control Recommendations E-77-W E-77-W. Field Crops SOYBEAN INSECT CONTROL RECOMMENDATIONS

1 Soybean Insect Control Recommendations E-77-W E-77-W. Field Crops SOYBEAN INSECT CONTROL RECOMMENDATIONS 1 Soybean Insect Control Recommendations E-77-W E-77-W Field Crops Department of Entomology SOYBEAN INSECT CONTROL RECOMMENDATIONS Christian H. Krupke, John L. Obermeyer and Larry W. Bledsoe, Extension

More information

What went wrong. Pepper Sunscald. In this issue, find out what might have gone wrong with your vegetable harvest this season.

What went wrong. Pepper Sunscald. In this issue, find out what might have gone wrong with your vegetable harvest this season. What went wrong In this issue, find out what might have gone wrong with your vegetable harvest this season. Problems include: Sunscald on Peppers Rotting Pumpkins Wormy Sweetcorn Tomatoes with Blossom

More information

Risk Assessment of Grape Berry Moth and Guidelines for Management of the Eastern Grape Leafhopper

Risk Assessment of Grape Berry Moth and Guidelines for Management of the Eastern Grape Leafhopper NUMBER 138,1991 ISSN 0362-0069 New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, A Division of New York State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, a Statutory College of the State University,

More information

Flathead and Roundheaded Borers Leafhoppers and Sharpshooters Mites other than Spider Mites Damping Off and Related Root Rots...

Flathead and Roundheaded Borers Leafhoppers and Sharpshooters Mites other than Spider Mites Damping Off and Related Root Rots... Nursery Volume II Table of Contents Product Descriptions............................................. 1 Flathead and Roundheaded Borers................................. 5 Root Weevils....................................................

More information

Treating vines after hail: Trial results. Bob Emmett, Research Plant Pathologist

Treating vines after hail: Trial results. Bob Emmett, Research Plant Pathologist Treating vines after hail: Trial results Bob Emmett, Research Plant Pathologist Treating vines after hail: Trial results Overview Hail damage recovery pruning trial Background and trial objectives Post-hail

More information

Growing vines in sites infested with Xiphinema index

Growing vines in sites infested with Xiphinema index UCCE Sonoma County Grape Day Growing vines in sites infested with Xiphinema index UCCE Sonoma County Grape Day Rhonda Smith UCCE Viticulture Farm Advisor Sonoma County Plant parasitic nematodes Non segmented,

More information

Lake Erie Regional Grape Program- Vineyard Notes

Lake Erie Regional Grape Program- Vineyard Notes Lake Erie Regional Grape Program- Vineyard Notes May 18, 2016 Grape Insect and Mite Pests- 2016 Field Season Greg Loeb Department of Entomology Cornell University NYSAES, Geneva NY 14456 1 Grape Insect

More information

2016 Tree Fruit Management Guide Updates (As of March 15, 2016)

2016 Tree Fruit Management Guide Updates (As of March 15, 2016) APPLE Product Group REI (Hrs) PHI (days) Rate/acre Add Disease Actigard 50 WG 21 12 60 Suppression of Fireblight tank mixed with Strep 2 oz Aprovia 7 12 30 SDHI; EXPECT REGISTRATION 2016; scab, Botrytis,

More information

Vineyard IPM Scouting Report for week of 3 September 2012 UW-Extension Door County and Peninsular Agricultural Research Station Sturgeon Bay, WI

Vineyard IPM Scouting Report for week of 3 September 2012 UW-Extension Door County and Peninsular Agricultural Research Station Sturgeon Bay, WI NO. 19 1 Vineyard IPM Scouting Report for week of 3 September 2012 UW-Extension Door County and Peninsular Agricultural Research Station Sturgeon Bay, WI Grape quality measurements from grapes in the Wisconsin

More information

A Field Evaluation of Select Wine Grape Varieties for the Aurora and Medford Areas of Oregon- A Progress Report

A Field Evaluation of Select Wine Grape Varieties for the Aurora and Medford Areas of Oregon- A Progress Report file C^fy A Field Evaluation of Select Wine Grape Varieties for the Aurora and Medford Areas of Oregon- A Progress Report rlrm i Circular of Information 652 November 1975 Agricultural Experiment Station

More information

Protection of the grapevine

Protection of the grapevine Protection of the grapevine An overview of pest protection options for the grapevine ebook by evineyard team 1 INTRODUCTION /3 WHAT THREATENS GRAPEVINES? /5 - Grape diseases /7 - Weed /9 - Grape insect

More information

Crops - Commercial. Soybean

Crops - Commercial. Soybean Banded cucumber beetle 5 Bean leaf beetle 5 Beet armyworm 3 per s Treated Sevin (Carbaryl) (4) 16 oz. 0.5 8 4 beetles per sweep. Karate Z (2.08) 1.28-1.60 oz. 0.02-0.025 100-80 Declare (1.25) 1.02-1.28

More information

Emerald Ash Borer in Colorado

Emerald Ash Borer in Colorado Emerald Ash Borer in Colorado that develops in ash trees (Fraxinus species) Emerald ash borer (EAB) is a greencolored beetle. and is Native to Asia EAB was accidentally been introduced into North America

More information

Table grapes for eastern Canada

Table grapes for eastern Canada Table grapes for eastern Canada K. H. Fisher University of Guelph St Remi, QC December 09, 2016 Ontario Fresh Grape Industry Very small proportion of the total vineyard production Very limited choice of

More information

START OF VINEYARD EVALUATION SHEETS SUMMARY EVALUATION SHEETS VINEYARD 3. VITICULTURE V/W Pg # N/A

START OF VINEYARD EVALUATION SHEETS SUMMARY EVALUATION SHEETS VINEYARD 3. VITICULTURE V/W Pg # N/A START OF VINEYARD EVALUATION SHEETS SUMMARY EVALUATION SHEETS VINEYARD 3. VITICULTURE V/W Pg # 4 3 2 1 N/A 3-1 Balanced Vines V 3-3 3-2 Shoot Density V 3-5 3-3 Fruit Exposure V 3-6 3-4 Crop-to-Pruning

More information

The Pepper Weevil and Its Management

The Pepper Weevil and Its Management L-5069 The Pepper Weevil and Its Management David G. Riley and Alton N. Sparks, Jr.* The pepper weevil, Anthonomus eugenii Cano (Figure 1), is a severe insect pest of sweet and hot varieties of pepper,

More information

Western Flower Thrips Frankliniella occidentalis

Western Flower Thrips Frankliniella occidentalis Western Flower Thrips Frankliniella occidentalis Polyphagous, but particularly damaging on tomatoes, peppers, lettuce and other leafy vegetables, and curcubits. Ornamental crops at risk include cut flowers,

More information

San Jose Scale, Iron Deficiency

San Jose Scale, Iron Deficiency San Jose Scale, Iron Deficiency In this Issue Codling moth: updated dates San Jose scale: time to treat second generation crawlers Pear psylla: injury has been evident for a few weeks Spider mites on pear:

More information

California Raisin Marketing Board Crop Production Research

California Raisin Marketing Board Crop Production Research California Raisin Marketing Board Crop Production Research 2001-2014 2001-2002 D. Ramming Development Of Improved Raisin Grapes For Mechanical Harvest Including Types Resistant To Powdery Mildew 2001-2002

More information